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and began to look at the french, the british from the malaysia experience and the vietnam experience and began to pull or rediscoverediscove r those threads and put them back together again so 3-24 that field manual is the representation of taking various threats of counterinsurgency theory that existed from the 1950s all the way through comber's time and then beginning to reassess it and see how it could be put into the modern context or contemporary context. >> i worked in the cords program in 69 and 70 and one of the important aspects of that was the use of mobile advisory teams that were like the cat teams up north with the marines took a marine squad and put it in a village primarily military operations. there were other kinds of assistance as well. mobile advisory teams worked with the cords program to the district teams province teams right on up the line not only doing military operations but also helping and a large wave with civil assistance of those teams were more complex in their mission and were smaller to put out in little villages with only five men on the team, very
they send including japan malaysia peru and others. make enough 40% of the world's gdp. that is what the president was doing in advancing his trip to asia last week. the second is the transatlantic trade and investment partnership as washington would for referred to as ttip which was significantly deepening the multibillion dollar economic relationship we have with the european union. together they were tonight two-thirds of the world economy, the competition that generates competition and intellectual property. the benefits for america and the middle class would be significant. 44 million americans work for companies that export goods. hundreds of thousands more would be working if they did not steal your copy. jobs supported by exports pay as much as 18% higher wages than the national average. we shouldn't be afraid of this competition. i tell leaders all over the world america welcomed his competition. it's stamped into her dna. and that if the field is even remotely level we will succeed and you will succeed. ladies and gentlemen we have learned a lot over the last 20 years about
know about china, we know what's happened, issued late in the past. singapore, malaysia, korea, different places, but let me talk about japan because we are doing specific negotiations with japan, and as you know, that japan has not directly intervened in the foreign exchange market for more than two years, but the yen has depreciated significantly against the u.s. dollar and while the depression as a children impact on the number of u.s. imports, you and i shared information with me on the numbers, it does provide a massive advantage for japanese automakers. in fact, at today's exchange rate there's an estimated benefit of $5700 on every vehicle. so it's a windfall in operating profit. they may end up in advertising. it may end up in research and development. it may end up in cutting prices. it may end up in cutting prices on vehicles in other markets where u.s. automakers are directly competing with the japanese in other markets around the world. $5700 in vehicles is no small thing. i guess to add insult to injury on china everything else, even though japan is not from interv
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